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Day Pitney is Top Bond Counsel in Connecticut for 2013

Publisher: Day Pitney Press Release
March 3, 2014

(HARTFORD, March 3, 2014) -- Day Pitney is Connecticut's number one bond counsel firm for 2013, serving as bond counsel on issues totaling more than $1.7 billion, according to The Bond Buyer.

"Our firm has been a nationally recognized bond counsel for over half a century now, and our current municipal finance team continues to enhance that legacy," said Namita Tripathi Shah, head of the firm's Municipal Finance practice. "This achievement is a testament to the trusted relationships we've established with state and local governments, government authorities, underwriters, borrowers, corporate trustees and banks and financial institutions in this region."

Day Pitney's municipal finance practice is headquartered in the firm's Hartford, CT, office, and from there the firm serves clients nationwide. The firm has represented more than 100 agencies and governmental units as bond counsel in Connecticut, including the State of Connecticut as Lead Bond Counsel and Disclosure Counsel on all general obligation bond issues, various state authorities, regional school districts, and towns and cities.

In addition to serving as bond and disclosure counsel, the practice represents many underwriters, trustees and borrowers in connection with tax-exempt and taxable state, authority and local government financings. The practice also includes advice in connection with distressed financings and municipal bond tax controversies.

The Bond Buyer, "the daily newspaper of public finance," is widely recognized as the leading source of information related to the public finance industry nationwide.

About Day Pitney

Day Pitney LLP is a full-service law firm with close to 300 attorneys in Boston, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, and Washington, DC. The firm offers clients strong corporate and litigation practices, with experience on behalf of large national and international corporations as well as emerging and middle-market companies and individuals.

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